Georgia and Germany in the Euro-Atlantic Space: Between Expectations and Reality

Mikheil Sarjveladze PhD student University of Cologne The combination of an uninformed society and emotional attitudes toward European integration is a bad one, and one that can result in wild public mood swings. Based on my observations, perceptions of European integration—particularly among memb...
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Georgia Can’t Avoid Europe’s Turmoil

Shota Gelovani  Master’s student of Political Science, Mannheim University While Georgian observers fixate on their country’s own political and economic problems, developments outside the country are shaping up to make a major impact, as well. Most notably, these include the European migration ...
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War as an Instrument: the Five-Day War and Political Crisis in Ukraine

Sergii GLEBOV Dean, School of International Relations, Institute of Social Sciences; Associate Professor, Department of International Relations; Leading Research Fellow, Center for International Studies, Odesa Mechnikov National University, Ukraine....
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Expect Trump’s Team to Challenge Him on Russia and NATO

Joseph Larsen GIP Analyst President-Elect Donald Trump will enter office this month with no formal experience making foreign policy. That doesn’t necessarily mean his foreign policy will be a failure, but it does mean he’ll need a strong team to rely on. Here are the cabinet members we can expec...
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